I'm a 30 year old African-American male who has a job at wal~mart as a cart pusher. I am usually shy and don't like to talk too much. I'm a long time fan of anime, video games (especially fighting games), and other things.
I am a HUGE fan of martial arts. even though I am not a martial artist myself, unfortunetly. Now when it comes to martial arts, not only that I am fond of real life martial arts, but I am also quite fond of fictional martial arts such as Hokuto Shinken (Fist of the North Star), Goutetsu-ryū Ansatsuken (Street Fighter), Kyokugenryu Karate (Art of fighting), Hakkyoku Seiken (Fatal Fury), Hiten Mitsurugi Ryu (Rurouni Kenshin), Rokushiki (One Piece), Reikō Hadō Ken (YuYu Hakusho), Resshuuken (YuYu Hakusho), Nanto Seiken (Fist of the North Star), Kaio-ken (Dragonball), Kame-Sennin Ryu (Dragonball), Tsuru-Sennin Ryu (Dragonball), and many more!
Sometimes when I feel like it, I like to come up with creative ways of mixing up different fighting styles, both real life and fictional, with my favourite characters from different series (Even with characters who are not martial art talented) and make movesets out of them!
I am also a big fan of fighting games and beat em' ups!
(PSN ID: Shinjojin)
I am also the creator of The Nico Robin: Rokushiki style Project, The Huaquandao style project, The Shizuru Kuwabara: Reikibuki style project and my original project, The Five Legged Divas project!
Ask me anything here!
My AU Nico Robin blog
wakefree said: Did you get permission from Capcom to feature Chun-Li in your artbook? And if not, are you pulling in any profit from the artbook? If yes, well... then I have two words for you: "Copyright infringement."
It’s not that cut and dry.
There are millions of doujins, artbooks, and fanart prints out there featuring other’s characters that are sold for profit. Artists make money off of commissioned licensed characters. A lot of it falls under fair use (transformative work), since the purpose of my sketchbook is an exploration of my art and style for scholarly review, not to financially or legally threaten or harm Capcom (which it isn’t; note that I also do work directly for Capcom sometimes) or trace existing licensed art. Granted, most of the content in my book is full of original stuff.